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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of Chapel (Site of Chapel) Mr. James Duthie
Mr R. Walker
012.04 During the early part of the present Century there stood at the place marked an "Old Chapel" which was demolished about 50 years ago. I have not seen any mention of this in any of the records of the parish, but Mr James Duthie who resides at Whinbrae says that he has attended the service in the Chapel when he was a young boy. He says that the building stood "East & West", and had a very ancient appearance, and up to the time it was demolished it was used by the Episcopalians, and the Priest's residence was at "Boudenwaird". Mr Robert Walker of Hillside corroborates the statement made by Mr Duthie. B Render Corpl. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers] 23/9/64

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